By Joel Huerto
For the past 35 years, the New Jersey Nets have been the laughing stock of the NBA. It may sound too harsh, but it’s cold hard fact. The Nets are the Clippers of the East (we're talking about the pre-Blake Griffin era). The history of the Nets franchise is about as ridiculous as the last two seasons of "Jersey Shore." Absolutely nothing funny about it.
The team's official scorer Herb Turetzky summed it up best in a well-written piece by The Associated Press writer Tom Canavan.
"If there is one word that describes this team's time in New Jersey, it's misfortune," Turetzky told AP. He will work his 1,177 consecutive home game on Monday. "Every time we seemed to be building something to get up to respectability some crisis came up."Full Story >>